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Basics of Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy from Applied Spectra

This video shows how the process of Laser-Induced breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) works. Jong Yoo, PhD from Applied Spectra provides an overview of LIBS. When a laser beam is focused onto a sample surface, it results in a laser-material interaction that leaves a bright light. After collecting those slides and by looking at different peaks and intensity of those peaks, one can do a qualitative analysis about chemical composition as well as a quantitative analysis on how much of aluminium is left in the sample.

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Applied Spectra :: How LIBS works

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